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Day 3

481dThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

England closing in on series victory

Success was harder to come by for England's bowlers on the third day at Trent Bridge, but New Zealand are still starring down the barrel after struggling to 177 for 5 after being asked to follow-on

481dThe Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

Sidebottom wraps up series victory

Given the fine line England have trodden between success and failure over the last few months, during their elongated head-to-head with New Zealand, they wrapped up the series with deceptive ease on the fourth day at Trent Bridge

481dWill Luke at Trent Bridge

Vettori rues lost opportunity

In what was his last innings of the series, a rearguard 71 from Brendon McCullum almost gave New Zealand the belief of producing the unthinkable against England, on the third day of the final Test at Trent Bridge

481dWill Luke at Trent Bridge

Broad steps up in victory hunt

Stuart Broad followed his success with the bat with a mature bowling display at Trent Bridge to put England on course for victory

481dWill Luke at Trent Bridge

Positive McCullum remains hopeful

In what was his last innings of the series, a rearguard 71 from Brendon McCullum almost gave New Zealand the belief of producing the unthinkable against England, on the third day of the final Test at Trent Bridge

481dWill Luke at Trent Bridge

Vaughan sets sights on South Africa

The manner in which England sealed their second successive seriesvictory over New Zealand at Trent Bridge was nothing less thanemphatic

Day 2

481dWill Luke at Trent Bridge

Anderson's allround day to remember

As the Nottinghamshire gloom finally ended an enthralling day's Testcricket at Trent Bridge, James Anderson led England into the pavilion

481dWill Luke at Trent Bridge

Wrong order wastes McCullum

New Zealand's performance on the second day at Trent Bridge was when their resolve finally betrayed them, but also one that exposed a bold gamble as a failure

Day 1

481dThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Broad and Anderson dominate New Zealand

James Anderson produced his best Test figures with both bat and ball, and Stuart Broad recorded his maiden Test half-century, as England seized control of the third Test against New Zealand

481dThe Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Pietersen and Ambrose revive England

Three months on from his series-saving century on the first morning of the third Test in Napier, Kevin Pietersen was back in the runs in similar circumstances at Trent Bridge

481dWill Luke at Trent Bridge

Confident Pietersen papers over the cracks

"I like to stand up and be counted on days when it's really tough," Kevin Pietersen said of his 12th Test hundred, and today was undoubtedly tough

Others

481dCricinfo staff

New Zealand set for 'high-tech' makeover

New Zealand are set to try out high-tech bowlers' trousers, specially designed to put shine on the ball, for the third Test against England at Trent Bridge

141dWill Luke at Trent Bridge

Vaughan seeks consistency

England will field an unchanged team for the fifth consecutive Test, equalling a record from 1884-85, but they are still searching for consistency on the field

New Zealand 3rd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st21JM HowAJ Redmond
2nd12JM HowBB McCullum
3rd25BB McCullumLRPL Taylor
4th94BB McCullumDR Flynn
5th17GJ HopkinsDR Flynn
6th28GJ HopkinsJDP Oram
7th8DL VettoriJDP Oram
8th16JDP OramKD Mills
9th4JDP OramIE O'Brien
10th7CS MartinJDP Oram